I swear I'm not just bored and being creative, though as I type this our editorial computer system is down, so I can't finish the article I was writing.
But back to the headline. No, it doesn't mean that prostitutes are being taught to run the 100 meter dash in heels.
Apparently though, in preparation for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, PACE, the Prostitution Alternatives Counseling and Education Society, is giving its member prostitutes media training, in case the expected crush of international news folks on the city impacts the prostitutes' business.
Training includes a brochure that will educate prostitutes on when and where they can be photographed and what their rights are when dealing with the press.
Maybe I'm being naive, but I don't think Vancouver's prostitutes are going to be the prime targets of journalists' notebooks and cameras during the Winter Olympics.
So really, the only training they should need is how to deal with cheapskates, 'cause I don't know if most journalists these days can afford to pay whatever the going rates are.